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Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. LXXVIII-from July to December, 1904.

London; 1904; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : the Midland railway company's harbour at Heysham, Lancashire, details of monoliths for roundheads and their wing walls (with double paged enclosure, with ill. and fig.); express passenger locomotive for the London and South-Western railway (constructed at the company's works, Nine Elms), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; self-propelled chemical fire-engine (constructed by the Wolseley tool and motor-car company, Adderley Park, Birmingham), with view and fig.; corridor carriage for the Cambrian railways (constructed at the company's works, Oswestry, from the designs of Mr. Herbert E. Jones), with double paged enclosure with fig.; microscopic observations on naval accidents, with double paged enclosure with ills.; the German battleship "Deutschland" (constructed at the Germania works, Kiel, of Herr Fr. Krupp), with a view of the ship; locomotives at the St. Louis exhibition (constructed at the Rogers locomotive works, Paterson), with double paged enclosure with ills.; the Italian battleship "Regina Margherita" (constructed by Messrs. Gio. Ansaldo, Armstrong, and Co., engineers and shipbuilders, Sampierdarena), with double paged enclosure with ills.; superstructures on the Tokio metropolitan railway (constructed to the designs of Mr. F. Baltzer, Royal Railway Department, Stettin), with double paged enclosure with fig.; the hydraulic dredger "J. Israel Tarte" (constructed at the Polson Iron Works, Toronto), with ills.; Japanese armoured cruiser "Kasuga", with ills.; aerial wire ropeway for the Carlingford Granite Company, Ireland (Messrs. R. White and Sons, engineers, Widnes), with ills.; Messrs. Beardmore's new shipbuilding and engineering works at Dalmuir on the Clyde, 150-ton crane at the tidal dock (with double paged enclosure with fig.); the twin-screw steamer "Africa" for the Austrian Lloyd's steam navigation company's east African service (with double paged enclosure with ills.); six-coupled compound passenger locomotive for the Portuguese state railway (constructed by Mr. A. Borsig, Tegel), with double paged enclosure with plans); the Folkestone New Pier and Harbour Works (Messrs. Coode, Son and Matthews, London), with ills.; extensive index; 29 double paged enclosures included; XLII, 912 pp.

Former library copy, with ticket and a few stamps (title page and pastedown).

[25967]

€ 95,00
Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).
Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).
Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).
Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. LXXX- from July to December, 1905.

London; 1905; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : 10,000-H.-P. compound three-crank tandem rolling-mill engine at the Liège exhibition (constructed by the Société Anonyme, John Cockerill, engineers, Seraing), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; Williamsburg Bridge over the east River, New York (Mr. L.L. Buck), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; erosive effect of discharge from the Assouan dam, with ill.; the steam-turbine department at the Hartlepool engine works of Messrs. Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., with double paged enclosure with ills.; the launch of H.M. armoured cruiser "Natal" (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Barrow-in Furness), with a view of the vessel; Royal train for the Prince of Wales's tour in India (constructed at the Lilloah Works of the East Indian Railway Company), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; the New Engineering Works at Huddersfield of Messrs. J. Hopkinson and Co., with double paged enclosure with ills.; the salvage of the dredger "walter Bibby", with ills.; the bridge over the river Zambesi, Rhodesia (designed by Mr. George A. Hobson, London), with ills.; extensive index; double paged enclosures included; XL, 884 pp.

Former library copy, with ticket at frontcover and a few stamps on title page and pastedown.

[25969]

€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. LXXXI- from January to June, 1906.

London; 1906; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : engine of steam-coach for the Great North of Scotland Railway (constructed by Messrs. Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., engineers, Kilmarnock), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; the Peninsular and Oriental mail liner "Mooltan", passenger-saloons (constructed by Messrs. Caird and Co., Greenock), with ills.; engines of the China navigation company's steamer "Huichow", with ills.; the works of Scott's shipbuilding and engineering company, Greenock, with ills.; petrol-motor tractors for military use (constructed by Messrs. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Chiswick), with ills.; four-cylinder compound locomotive for the Paris-Orleans railway (constructed by the Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques, Belfort), with double paged enclosure with plans and fig.; the Oechelhauser gas-engine, with ills.; the Japanese battleship "Kashima" (constructed by Messrs. W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, with a view of the ship; the launch of the turbine-driven Cunard Liner "Lusitania" (constructed by Messrs. John Brown and Co., at their shipbuilding works, Clydebank), with ills.; extensive index; double paged enclosures included; XXXIX, 870 pp.

Former library copy.

[25973]

€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XXX- from July to December 1880.

London; 1880; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : double-drum steam ploughing engine at the Carlisle show, constructed by Messrs. John Fowler and Co., Leeds; bridge over the river Volga near Syzran, Batraki-Orenburg, railway, Russia, designed by Professor N. Belelubski, St. Petersburg, Mr. C. Michailowsky, contractor, with a woodengraved view of the bridge; timber viaduct over the Credit River, Credit Valley railroad, Canada, with a woodengraved view of the railway; the Barrow hematite iron and steel works, with a woodengraved view of the plant; the works of the Barrow shipbuilding company with a woodengraved view of the shipyard; tank locomotive at the Düsseldorf exhibition, constructed at the Hohenzollern locomotive works, Düsseldorf, with plans; locomotive (consolidation type) for the Atchinson, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad, U.S.A., constructed by Messrs. Burnham, Parry, Williams and Co., Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia; tender for passenger locomotive, Glasgow and South-Western railway, constructed at the company's works, Kilmarnock, from the designs of Mr. Hugh Smellie, locomotive superintendent; compound screw engines at the Brussels exhibition, constructed by the société John Cockerill, engineers, Seraing; compound engines for torpedo boats, constructed by Messrs. Augustin Normand and Co., engineers, Havre, with a woodengraved view of the engine; revolving dome for the Vienna observatory; winter garden at Torquay, Mr. M. Am Ende, engineer, Messrs. W. Harvey and J. watson, architects; compound portable engine at the Smithfield show, constructed by Meesrs. Marshall, Sons and Co., engineers, Gainsborough; the explosion of a traction engine boiler at Maidstone, with a woodengraved view; XV, 642 pp.

Former library copy. Cover occasionally slightly worn. 21 Double paged enclosures not included.

[25836]

€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XXXI- from January to June 1881.

London; 1881; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : the brush electric lamp; plan of the Milford haven; high-service pumping engines at the St. Louis water works, U.S.A., constructed by the Hartford foundry and machine company; eighty-ton sheer legs, constructed by Mr. Ludwig Stückenholz, engineer, Wetter-on-the-Ruhr; machines for producing cold air; new sea lock, South Dock, Sunderland, Mr. Henry H. Wake, engineer, Sunderland; the Fontaine locomotive, constructed at the Grant locomotive works, Patterson, New Jersey; harvesting machinery; new sea lock, Sunderland dock, sluice gates and roller boxes, Mr. Henry Wake, engineer, Sunderland; Chaudière bridge over the Ottawa river, Canada; finishing thrashing machine; thrashing machine with self-feeding attachment, constructed by Messrs. P. and H.P. Gibbons, engineers, Wantage; with an extensive index; XV, 656 pp.

Former library copy. Cover occasionally slightly worn. 18 Double page enclosures not included.

[25837]

€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XXXIII- from January to June, 1882.

London; 1882; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : Sir William Thomson's syphon recorder; express locomotive for the central railroad of New Jersey, U.S.A. (constructed by Messrs. Burnham, Parry, Williams, and Co., Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia); Gray's harmonic telegraph; torpedo boat for the Danish government (constructed by Messrs. J.I. Thornycroft and Co., engineers, Chiswick); the Edison system of electric lighting; indicator gear for locomotives (designed by Mr. Lewis F. Lyne, New York); triple-expansion engines of the S.S. "Aberdeen" (constructed by Messrs. R. Napier and Co., engineers, Glasgow); the Gardner machine gun; double twin-screw ferry steamer "Bebington", Mersey ferries (constructed by Messrs. W. Allsup and Sons, engineers, Preston); the electric lighthouses in France; Schwartzkopff's safety apparatus for steam boilers; with an extensive index; XIV, 670 pp.

Former library copy. Cover occasionally slightly worn. 16 Double paged enclosures not included.

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€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Dredge, J. (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XXXIV- from July to December, 1882.

London; 1882; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : floating coal elevator (designed and constructed by Mr. James Rigg, engineer, Chester); tank locomotive, Central Pacific railroad (constructed at the works of the company, Sacramento); fireless tramway locomotive for Java (constructed at the Hohenzollern locomotive works, Düsseldorf); combined steam excavator and Derrick car (constructed by Messrs. Osgood and MacNaughton, engineers, Albany); works and mines at Eisenerz, Styria; the Haarlem river bridge, Eight Avenue, New York (Mr. A.P. Boller, engineer; Messrs. Clarke, Reeves, and Co., Philadelphia, contractors); the Gordon dynamo-electric machine; sixteen-horse compound steam ploughing engine at the Smithfield show (constructed by Messrs. John Fowler and Co., engineers, Leeds); compound hydraulic pumping engines at the West docks (constructed by the hydraulic engineering company, engineers, Chester); steam fire engine for India (constructed by Messrs. Merryweather and Sons, engineers, London); with an extensive index; XIV, 636 pp.

Former library copy. Cover occasionally slightly worn. 16 Double paged enclosures not included.

[25840]

€ 95,00

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.). Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XCVIII- from July to December, 1914. London; 1914; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : four-cylinder compound (2-8-2 type) locomotive for the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean railway at the Lyons exhibition (constructed by the Société Française de Constructions Mécaniques, Denain), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the twin-screw geared-turbine-driven steamers "Ciudad de Buenos Aires" and "Ciudad de Monte Video", with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; ice-breaking railway-train ferry for Canada (constructed by Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Co., Birkenhead), with ills.; the Manhattan Bridge over the East River at New York, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the calcium carbide factory at Odda, Norway, with ills.; the Canadian customs cruiser "Margaret" (constructed by Messrs. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Southampton), with ills. and double page enclosure with plans and fig.; compound articulated 2-8-8-8-2 type locomotive for the Erie railroad (constructed by the Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; extensive index; complete with one-page and two-page enclosures; XLVI, 774 pp. Former library copy. [26023]

€ 150,00

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.). Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. LXXXVII- from January to June, 1909. London; 1909; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : the Siamese revenue cruiser "Suriya Monthon" (constructed by Messrs. J.I. Thornycroft and Co., Southampton), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the launch of His Majesty's battleship "Vanguard" (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness), with ills.; the Brazilian battleship "São Paulo" (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness", with ills.; the New Orient Australian mail T.-S.S. "Orsova" (constructed by Messrs. John Brown and Co., Sheffield and Clydebank), with ills. and double page enclosure; twelve wheeled duplex-tank locomotive, Nitrate Railways Company, Chili (constructed by the Yorkshire Engine Company, Sheffield), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the manufacture of armour at Beardmore's Parkhead Steel Works, Glasgow, with ills.; 70-horse-power "pipe" 8-cylinder motor for aeroplanes (the London motor garage company, London), with fig.; the Italian submersible boat "Otaria", with a view of the ship; the New Graving-Docks at Malta (Colonel Sir Edward Raban, director of works & Messrs. S. Pearson and Son, Westminster, contractors), with double page enclosure with ills.; the Argentine gunboat "Parano"(constructed by Sir W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Elswick) with a view of the ship; the Canadian ice-breaking and passenger steamer "Earl Grey" (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Barrow-in Furness) with a view of the vessel; extensive index; one page and two page enclosures included; XLII, 868 pp. Former library copy. [25996]

€ 140,00

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.). Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CI- from January to June, 1916. London; 1916; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : Spanish torpedo-boat destroyers of the "Bustamante" class (constructed by the Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval, Cartagena), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; general arrangement of the geared-turbine propelling machinery of the federal liner "Northumberland" (constructed by the Wallsend slipway and engineering company, Wallsend-on-Tyne), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; cranes and gantries at the works of the Rotterdam Dockyard Company (constructed by the Haarlemsche Machinefabriek and Rotterdamsche Machinefabriek Braat, Rotterdam), with double page enclosure with ills., plans and fig.; the Paris motor-buses in war service , the Schneider chassis and engine, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; quadruple-srew liner "Lafayette" of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (constructed by the Société Anonyme des Chantiers et Ateliers de Provence, Port de Bouc), with ills.; the Pivot Pier of Glebe Island Bridge, Port Jackson, New South Wales, with double page enclosure with ills.; the Brazilian diesel-engine propelled submarine dépôt ship "Ceara", with ills.; extensive index; complete with one-page and two-page enclosures; XIX, 636 pp. Former library copy. [26027]

€ 150,00

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.). Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CV- from January to June, 1918. London; 1918; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : The Sciotoville bridge over the Ohio river (Mr. Gustav Lindenthal, New York), with ills.; the Marshall chair for crippled workers; 180- H.P. Mercedes engine and Albatross scout biplane, with ills.; the world's largest shipyard at Hog Island on the Delaware River, with ills.; the Derwent dam, the Derwent Valley water-works (Mr. Edward Sandeman, London), with ills.; coal-handling plant at the Saltley gas works, Birmingham (constructed by Messrs. Babcock and Wilcox, London), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the national physical laboratory, Teddington, with ills.; tractors on bad roads or land, with ills.; the Jurassic ironstones of the United Kingdom, with ills.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XX, 740 pp. Former library copy. [26106]

€ 150,00
Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.).
Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.).
Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.).

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. C.- from July to December, 1915.

London; 1915; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : the St. Lawrence wire-rope works, Newcastle-on-Tyne (M.J. Mitchell, Moncrieff, engineers, Newcastle-on-Tyne), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; military rolling-stock on the South African railways, with ills.; locomotive (2-8-2) type fitted with the Austin trailing-truck (constructed by the Lima locomotive corporation, Lima, Ohio), with double page enclosure with ills.; the Highland and Agricultural Society's Trials, i.a. motor-plough and petrol-tractors, with ills.; wharf construction at Balboa, on the Panama Canal, with ills.; tender of goods locomotive for the Hull and Barnsley railway (constructed from the designs of Mr. M. Stirling & by Messrs. Kitson and Co., Leeds), with plans and fig.; extensive index; complete with one-page and two-page enclosures; XX, 684 pp.

Former library copy. Leaves somewhat dampstained, enclosures uncut. Binding a trifle worn.

[26025]

€ 140,00

Maw, W.H. & Raworth, B. Alfred (ed.).

Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XCII- from July to December, 1911.

London; 1911; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : The Oerlikon Engineering Works, Switzerland, with double page enclosure with ills.; shipping on the Great Lakes, with ills.; Curtis turbines for the United States destroyers "Perkins" and "Sterret" (constructed by the Fore River Shipbuilding Company, Quincy), with double page enclosure with fig. and ills.; the Chinese training-cruiser "Ying Swei" (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Limited, Barrow-in-Furness), with double page enclosure with plans and ills.; two types of modern Holland submarine boats (constructed from the designs of the Electric Boat Company, New York), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; passenger locomotive (4-6-2 type) for the Belgian State Railways, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the explosion of the French battleship "La Liberté", with ills.; the works of Messrs. Escher, Wyss and Co., Zürich, Switzerland, with double page enclosure with ills.; the Laubeuf submersible boat (constructed by Messrs. Schneider and Co., Chalon-sur-Saone), with ills.; extensive index; complete with one page and double page enclosures; XLVIII, 880 p.

Former library copy. Boards a trifle worn.

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€ 95,00
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Traité des machines à vapeur et de leur application à la navigation, aux mines, aux manufactures, etc. 2 volumes.

Paris / Bruxelles; 1828 / 1838; Bachelier / Meline. Traduit de l'anglais de Th. Tredgold. Both bindings: half calf with marbled boards; XXX, 558 pp. Atlas: 35 pp. and 25 (folded) plates.

Rare complete edition with the atlas. Last plate with rust stains; otherwise in good condition.

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€ 250,00
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The Overland Trail. A scenic guide book "through the heart of the Sierras". On the line of the Southern Pacific.

S.l.; s.a. (ca. 1925); Exclusive Edition; softcover; bound with string; tipped in plates, in colour, with captions; not paged.

Frontcover with a few small stains at lower end. Near fine copy.

[35122]

€ 15,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXVII- from January to June, 1889. London; 1889; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: passenger locomotive, London and South-Western Railway (Mr. W. Adams, engineer), with double page woodengraved view of the locomotive; twin-screw yacht "Ormea" (the Ardrossan shipbuilding company, builders), with folding plate with plans and fig.; Mogul engine, class S.L., Central Pacific Railway (Mr. Francis F. Brown, engineer), with folding plate with plans and fig.; Her Majesty's first-class battle-ship "Benbow", 10,600 tons (constructed by the Thames ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, Millwall), with folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the ship; construction of the Eiffel Tower (M. Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, Paris, engineer), with woodengraved illustrations; Mogul engine, class S.L., Central Pacific Railway, with folding plate with fig. and plans; the Chapin iron ore mine, Michigan, with ills.; triple expansion engines, steamship "Benmore" (the North-Eastern Company, Sunderland and Wallsend-on-Tyne), with double page, woodengraved, ills.; the Antofagasta railway, Bolivia- viaduct over the river Loa (Mr. Edward Woods, engineer, the Horseley Company, Tipton, builders), with a folding plate with a view of the viaduct; Her Majesty's first-class battle ship "Edinburgh", with a folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the ship; Her Majesty's first-class battle ship "Victoria" (constructed by Armstrong, Mitchell and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne), with a double page, woodengraved, view of the ship; index; VIII, 560 pp. Former library copy. Spine ends slightly damaged, a few leaves loose(ning). [26145]

€ 115,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. XCII- from July to December 1901. London; 1901; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: express passenger locomotive, North-Eastern Railway (Mr. Wilson Worsdell, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the locomotive; Stanley Works, Newark-on-Trent (A. Ransome and Co., engineers), with ills.; motor vehicles for military purposes, with ills.; His Majesty's first-class cruiser "Monmouth" (the London and Glasgow Engineering and Shipbuilding Company, Govan), with a view of the ship; Lanarkshire Steel Company's Works- conveyors and gas producers, with ills.; cross-channel passenger steamships, with ills.; 30-feet high-speed steam cutter (Simpson, Strickland and Co., Dartmouth, engineers), with ills.; manufacture of sugar in India- charcoal plant, with folding supplement with plans and fig.; Barrow Hematite Steel Works, with ills.; Paris- Berlin motor car race, with ills.; s.s. "Korea" and "Siberia", Pacific Mail Steamship Company, San Francisco, with ills.; index; XVI, 666 pp. Former library copy. [26206]

€ 120,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXVI- from July to December 1913. London; 1913; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the Royal Holland Lloyd liner "Gelria" (Alexander Stephen and Sons, Linthouse, builders), with a view of the ship (1 p. + 1 ill.); twin-screw harbour tug and passenger tender (Ferguson Brothers, Port Glasgow, builders), with ills. and plans; "the Great Northern railway", supplement of XVI pp., with ills. and double page enclosure; the steam yacht "Sapphire" (John Brown and Co., Clydebank, builders), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; twelve-inch naval gun mounting (W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, engineers), with double page plate; Bulak Bridge over the Nile at Cairo, with double page supplement with ills.; general arrangement and details of a seaplane (A.V. Roe and Co., Manchester, builders), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; reconstruction of Snow Hill Station, G.W. Railway, Birmingham (Mr. W.Y. Armstrong, engineer) with double page supplement with plans and fig.; commercial motor vehicle exhibition at Olympia, with ills.; Queen's Engineering Works, Bedford (W.H. Allen, Son and Co., engineers), with double page supplement with ills.; index; XV, 694 pp. Former library copy. [26248]

€ 120,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXXXV- from January to June 1898. London; 1898; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: Portuguese cruiser "Adamastor" (Messrs. Orlando Brothers, Leghorn, builders and engineers), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the ship; folding map, showing the railways of Japan up to November, 1897; engines of Her Majesty's first-class battleship "Albion" (Messrs. Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Lambeth, engineers), with, i.a., a folding plate with plans and fig.; the Liverpool motor car trials, with ills. and fig.; four cylinder compound passenger engine, London and North-Western Railway (Mr. F.W. Webb, Crewe, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the engine, plans and fig.; types of United States warships, with a double page plate with ills.; the Russian oil industry, with ills.; torpedo boats in the United States navy, with a folding plate with plans and fig.; the manufacture of needles- Messrs. H. Milward and Sons'Works, Washford Mills, Redditch, with ills.; s.s. "Bruce" (Messrs. A. and J. Inglis, Point House, Glasgow, engineers), with plans and fig.; Lagos Railway, with ills.; the Haskin Wood Vulcanising Works, Millwall, with ills.; wire wound ordnance- Messrs. Thomas Firth and Sons' Works, Sheffield, with ills.; index; XVI, 616 pp. Former library copy. [26192]

€ 120,00

No author. Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CXXV- from January to June 1928. London; 1929; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a.: the Danish motor train-ferry "Körsör", with ills.; the port of Boston, Tidewater terminal, with ills.; machinery of the twin-screw motorship "Greystoke Castle" (constructed by the North Eastern Marine Engineering Company, engineers, Wallsend-on-Tyne), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; extension of the Royal Edward dock at Avonmouth, with ills.; the Sydney Harbour Bridge (J.J.C. Bradfield, chief engineer), with fig.; 4-8-4 type locomotive for the Canadian National Railways (constructed by the Canadian locomotive company, KIngston, Ontario), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the post office tube railway, London (Mr. A.M. Sillar, consulting engineer Westminster), with ills.; the Carquinez Strait Cantilever Bridge, California, with ills.; the Napier-Lion series VII B., aero-engine for the Schneider Trophy Race (constructed by Messrs. D. Napier and Son, engineers, London), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the failure of the St. Francis dam, Los Angeles, California, with ills. and fig.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XXX, 822 pp. Former library copy. Leaves dampstained at lower parts, some of the double page enclosures stuck together. Cover slightly worn. [26129]

€ 150,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXXIII- from January to June 1892. London; 1892; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: standard goods engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Mr. John A.F. Aspinall), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the engine; express locomotive Eastern Railway of France (designed by M. Flaman, Ateliers d'Epernay), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the locomotive; Her Majesty's first-class battle ship "Royal Sovereign" (constructed at Portsmouth dockyard), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the ship; standard passenger locomotive, New York Central and Hudson River Railroad (Mr. W. Buchanan, superintendent, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the locomotive; Her Majesty's first-class cruiser "Gibraltar" (constructed by Messrs. Napier and Sons, Govan), with ill.; hopper dredger for New South Wales Harbours and Rivers department, with folding plate with plans and fig.; engines and boilers, s.s. City of Dundee (Messrs. Howden and Co., Glasgow, engineers), with folding plate with plans and fig.; index; XII, 556 pp. Former library copy. [26182]

€ 120,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXXVIII- from July to December 1919. London; 1919; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, woodengravings, tables; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the works of Thomas Broadbent and Sons, Huddersfield, with ills and double page supplement; the construction of Champlain dry dock, Quebec, with ills.; the Cricklewood Works of the Nieuport Aircraft Company, with ills.; the diesel-motor ship "Trefoil"and her propelling engines, with plans and figures; the Westland Limousine four-seater aeroplane (The Westland Aircraft Works, branch of Petters, Yeovil, builders), with ills. and plans; the Brown-Firth laboratories, Sheffield, with ills.; the Armstrong Locomotive Works, with ills.; Scotswood Locomotive Shops (W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, engineers), with double page supplement with ills.; Olympia motor show- 40-50-H.P. Napier car, with ills.; the Beardmore-Farquhar light machine gun, with fig. and plans; renovation of spent cartridge cases at the Derby Works of the Midland Railway, with double page supplement with ills.; self-propelling Caterpillar excavating and back-filling machine (the Pawling and Harnischfeger Company, Milwaukee, engineers), with ills.; war works carried out in the Crewe shops of the L. & N.W. Railway, with ills.; Derrick car on Illinois Central Railway, with ills.; the Enfield-Allday light car, with ills.; index; XV, 648 pp. Former library copy. Spine damaged, bookblock loosening. [26329]

€ 120,00

No author. Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CXXVI- from July to December, 1928. London; 1928; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a.: all-metal flying boat for passenger service (constructed by Messrs. Short Brothers (Rochester and Bedford), engineers, Rochester), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; aerial ropeway at Carrara, Italy (constructed by Messrs. Ceretti and Tanfani, engineers, Milan), with ills.; the construction of the Delaware River Suspension Bridge, Philadelphia, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; 480-B.H.P. "F" type aero engine (constructed by Messrs. Rolls-Royce, engineers, Derby), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the Royal Horticultural Society's Hall, Westminster, with ills.; 2-6-4-type express passenger tank locomotive for the London Midland and Scottish railway (constructed at the company's works, Derby, to the designs of Sir Henry Fowler, chief mechanical engineer), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the reconstruction of Piccadilly Circus tube station (Mr. H. H. Dalrymple-Hay, consulting engineer, Westminster), with ills. and plans); the Govan refuse destructor plant of the Glasgow corporation (constructed by Messrs. Heenan and Troude, engineers, Worcester), with plans and ills.; s.s. "Authority"fitted with Beardmore-Caprotti engines, with ills.; the River Tyne Bridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne (constructed by Messrs. Dorman, Long and Company, engineers, Middlesbrough), with ills.; the Canadian Pacific Liner "Duchess of York" (constructed by Messrs. John Brown and Company, shipbuilders, Clydebank), with a view of the ship; third-class sleeping cars, London and North Eastern railway (constructed to the designs of Mr. H.N. Gresley, chief mechanical engineer), with ills.; escalator construction at Waterloo Station, London (Mr. H.H. Dalrymple-Hay, consulting engineer, Westminster), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; pulverised fuel locomotive for the German State Railways (constructed by the Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft, engineers, Berlin), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; launch of H.M. cruiser "Shropshire", with a view of the ship; the Longford generating station, Coventry (constructed to the designs of Mr. George Tough, city electrical engineer), with ills.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XXVIII, 826 pp. Former library copy. Leaves dampstained at lower parts, some of the double page enclosures stuck together. Cover slightly worn. [26127]

€ 150,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXXIV- from July to December 1892. London; 1892; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: Vyrnwy aqueduct- the Norton Tower- details, with plans, fig., ills.; express passenger engine, Great Western Railway (Mr. W. Dean, Swindon, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the engine; the Russian navy- belted cruiser "Pamyat Azova", with a view of the ship; express passenger locomotive, Great Northern Railway (Mr. Patrick Stirling, Doncaster, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the locomotive (86x56 cm.); Her Majesty's first-class battleship "Revenge", with a view of the ship; state carriages for an Indian Rajah, with ills.; Her Majesty's torpedo depôt ship "Vulcan" (constructed at Portsmouth dockyard), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the ship; Rotterdam water supply- sinking a flexible main in the Maas, with ill. and fig.; sand pump dredger "Thyboron" (Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., Renfrew, builders and engineers), with a folding plate with plans and fig.; screw tug boats Noordzee and Oostzee (Messrs. L. Smit and Zoon, Kinderdyk, builders * the Royal Engineering Company, Flushing, engineer), with ill., plans and fig.; the Pollet swing bridge, Dieppe (M. Alexandre, Paris, engineer), with a folding plate with plans and fig.; the river Thames steamer "Koh-I-Noor" (The Fairfield shipbuilding and engineering company, Govan, builders), with plans and fig.; index; XII, 594 pp. Former library copy. Cover slightly worn. [26181]

€ 120,00